Aaron Kirman Group | Kirman $7+ Billion in Sales - 2020 Total Sales $726M
AKG was founded in the spring of 2017 on a single guiding principle: to build a team where a group of like minded individuals could come together, share resources, grow, support, and compete in the most dominant and competitive market in the world and rise together. The team rapidly grew over the next 18 months from just 7 agents at its inception to almost 70 today. Just this past spring, The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends ranked Aaron Kirman Group as the 10 highest producing team in America, selling $528,000,000 total annual sales in residential real estate.
The team is led by Aaron Kirman, President of International Estates for Compass, and based in Beverly Hills, California. Aaron has consistently been named as one of the top agents in the world and the number 1 agent in Los Angeles, routinely selling over $400,000,000 a year in luxury inventory around the globe. Over the span of Aaron’s career, he has sold over $7 billion in residential real estate, including several record-breaking sales. These include the Danny Thomas Estate, which reportedly sold for $65,000,000, the Eddie Goetz Estate which sold for $45,000,000, and most recently, the Bentley Estate in a combined transaction of over $50,000,000.
The team has set its sight high for the future, looking to become the first billion dollar producing team per year in California. It has been an exciting few months for Aaron Kirman Group. They recently finished airing the first season of their new show Listing Impossible on CNBC with rave reviews, and opened and expanded their new office in the heart of Beverly Hills. There is no telling what is next for this powerhouse team of talented individuals.
Luxury real estate agent Aaron Kirman is a genius at selling houses that are tough to sell. In the series premiere, a divorcée needs help getting her modern beach home off the market – but it's not going to be easy.
Aaron and Neyshia head to Napa Valley to take on a gorgeous vineyard estate that’s been on and off the market for 5 years. These sellers have already fired Aaron and Neyshia once before, so they’re going to have to tread lightly.
A widower wants to sell his $13.9M marble mansion dream home, but his emotional attachment to the house makes it hard to let go.